You’ll Hate Windows 8
- Microsoft has good reason to change Windows so radically—the company considers the enormous popularity of the iPad a major threat to its business, and the new Windows is the company’s effort to get out in front of the tablet wave. Yet Windows 8 fails to guide users through the enormous changes that it dumps upon them. Many of the things one takes for granted in PCs—the Start menu, the file manager, running apps in Windows side-by-side—have been radically redesigned in the new OS. Doing some of the most basic computing tasks will require a re-education.